Drop-in Definition

drŏpĭn
drop-ins
noun
A person who drops in.
A restaurant welcoming drop-ins.
Webster's New World
One who casually drops in, as to visit or obtain an appointment.
American Heritage
An informal social event.
American Heritage
adjective
Providing treatment, information, or other services to those who drop in without appointment or referral.
A drop-in center for the homeless.
Webster's New World
Designed for easy insertion and immediate use.
A drop-in ink cartridge.
Webster's New World
(manufacturing) Fit to substitute some element in a complex system without changes to the existing infrastructure.
We need the ultimate drop-in biofuel to make use of our expensive oil-based infrastructure.
Wiktionary
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verb
To drop in is defined as to come to visit or go to a place for only a brief period of time, often unexpectedly.
An example of drop in is when you are in the neighborhood of an old friend and you decide to ring her bell and say hello.
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Other Word Forms of Drop-in

Noun

Singular:
drop-in
Plural:
drop-ins

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